“There is no wire between them”: cross-sector telecare as fitting different ideas of ‘good’

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Citizens suffering from COPD, diabetes or dementia need hospital services, services from GPs, and municipal health services. Thus, they are exposed to complex care pathways and many different healthcare professionals. Drawing on symbolic interactionism and science and technology studies (STS) this chapter scrutinizes ethics in telecare services for vulnerable citizens. The chapter discusses good care pathways based on 16 interviews, observations, photos, logbooks and discussions at a workshop. Three professional groups’ and a group of COPD patients’ ideas of good care pathways are discussed. The analysis is founded on the symbolic interactionist notion of reflexism (Mead, 1967). That is, the process where participants make their joint lines of conduct an object of attention. In terms of this, the method and notion of empirical ethics (Pols, 2015, 2016) is drawn upon to explore how not only different groups of people but also measurements and devices are actively involved in creating as well as hampering collaboration across sectors. That is, the aim of this chapter is to discuss the implication of different values and accountability and make visible how different professional actors seek to fit their lines of action as different ways of seeking good.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelsesår10 dec. 2019
Antal sider11
StatusUdgivet - 10 dec. 2019
BegivenhedProPel 2019: Professional, Practice, Education and Learning, Technical University - Technical University, Sydney, Australien
Varighed: 9 dec. 201911 dec. 2019
https://www.uts.edu.au/about/faculty-arts-and-social-sciences/international-studies-education/4th-international-propel-conference-2019/welcome-propel-2019-conference

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KonferenceProPel 2019: Professional, Practice, Education and Learning, Technical University
LokationTechnical University
LandAustralien
BySydney
Periode09/12/201911/12/2019
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